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Rescuers will scour Caribbean waters today for signs of a prominent New York couple whose unresponsive plane crashed north of Jamaica. The radio of the single-engine TBM-900 aircraft went silent Friday morning, prompting the United States and Cuba to trail it with fighter jets.
US pathologist Dr Michael Baden revealed that preliminary results from today's autopsy on 31-year-old Mario Deane, who was beaten while in police custody, proved that he died from several blows to his head and brain.
Local tourism investors in Barbados will benefit from the unprecedented incentives negotiated by leading Caribbean hotelier, Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart’s Sandals Resorts International (SRI).
An attorney for relatives of a Jamaican man who died after a beating in a lockup earlier this month will lead a protest outside the Jamaican consulate in New York.
A policeman in Jamaica is now in custody for the shooting death of his brother-in-law during a domestic dispute in Westmoreland on the weekend.
Barbados has taken steps to enhance its relationship with Jamaica with the appointment of CARICOM Ambassador Robert Morris as this island’s non-resident High Commissioner to Jamaica.
A Jamaican man, who was hit by a car Sunday night at Ocean Park Boulevard in Florida, died Thursday as a result of injuries he received.
Convicted entertainer Adidja 'Vybz Kartel' Palmer and his co-accused Vanessa 'Gaza Slim' Saddler are scheduled to go on trial on October 27 for allegedly attempting to pervert the course of justice.
A game that was in effect a shootout for a spot in the Limacol Caribbean Premier League final ended with the Jamaica Tallawahs going from first to fourth place and the Barbados Tridents coming from nowhere to finish top of the table and qualify automatically for the final on Saturday.
Seven members of a gang that allegedly tried to smuggle £1 million worth of cocaine into Britain hidden in sealed cans of Jamaican callaloo have been jailed following extensive investigations into their activities.